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Muddy’s Coffee House Has Closed Permanently

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The slow drip of restaurant closures has become more of a pour-over during the pandemic. Mission Local had the news Wednesday morning that Muddy’s Coffee House at 24th Street and Valencia has permanently closed. The Broke-Ass Cafe Closure I-Team was able to confirm the news this afternoon, marking the end of the cafe’s 27 years of hosting art shows, D&D games, and Lucretia Bermudez for Supervisor meetups.

We should note that this is not the same cafe as Muddy Waters Coffee House at 521 Valencia Street (at 16th), which does remain open.

The following note is posted on the Muddy’s Coffee House window:

It is with a very heavy heart that we have to close the doors to Muddy’s Coffee House. Without your loyalty, warmth, candor, and of course coffee addictions we would not have made it 27 years! These trying times have changed everything. The way we interact with others, the relationships we have, the connections we make, our daily morning routines all have meanings!

We want to thank you for your dedication and support throughout the years. After all, small and local shops are what Valencia Street was known for! We are not the only shop struggling, so please support your local business. We will miss you! Come down to the original (and first ever coffee house on Valencia Street!!) Muddy Waters on Valencia and 16th Street! We would love to serve you and continue to be a part of your lives.

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